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KDave

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    KDave reacted to FrozenMojito in Fakebook strikes again   
    I don't have a "real" Facebook account (i.e. in my own name) but I do have about a dozen accounts that I use for a variety of nefarious purposes 😈
     
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    KDave got a reaction from Oldun in Brexit status ...   
    Inconvenience for a handful of people that's all it is. Most people have much more to gain 
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    KDave got a reaction from Oldun in Brexit status ...   
    Inconvenience for a handful of people that's all it is. Most people have much more to gain 
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    KDave got a reaction from Oldun in Brexit status ...   
    Inconvenience for a handful of people that's all it is. Most people have much more to gain 
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    KDave got a reaction from mr-dead in Brexit status ...   
    The BBC have broken it down for us and even have a little box so you can find out who the traitors are by name and constituency and what they voted for 
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-46959545
    Labour MP's attempts to sabotage no deal is pretty clear and damning, I hope their voters find out. Corbyn has thrown his election chances away if they do, 70% of labour areas are leave majority so sighs of relief all round. AND he has made no deal more likely at the same time, luring Tusk into thinking they have the upper hand now and won't renegotiate the deal that set the historic record for no's against. Incredible stuff. Roll on March 29th. 
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    KDave reacted to Oldun in Brexit status ...   
    It was logistically impossible to have a second referendum no matter what and they all knew it except the public. It became impossible around about December due to the amount of time it takes to prepare a referendum. Iposted about it earlier in this thread. 
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    KDave got a reaction from Kritika in Brexit status ...   
    You know what is coming now though. The EU want the UK to have a second referendum or a general election. 
    Second referendum has about 9% support from the public according to polls. No article 50 extention. No deal off the table (advisory not binding but still). No renegotiation according to Tusk.
    May's best option is to run down the clock and WTO on March 29th. Whether the traitors in parliament let it happen is another thing, I expect labour will keep pushing for a general election lets see. 
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    KDave got a reaction from Kritika in Brexit status ...   
    You know what is coming now though. The EU want the UK to have a second referendum or a general election. 
    Second referendum has about 9% support from the public according to polls. No article 50 extention. No deal off the table (advisory not binding but still). No renegotiation according to Tusk.
    May's best option is to run down the clock and WTO on March 29th. Whether the traitors in parliament let it happen is another thing, I expect labour will keep pushing for a general election lets see. 
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    KDave reacted to Kritika in Brexit status ...   
    I love it when a plan comes together 👍
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    KDave reacted to Kritika in Brexit status ...   
    It’s purely an advisory statement of preference, if there is no deal by the end of March that’s it we’re out on WTO, that’s the law.
    But some silly remoner fools in the press and Sir Vince Incapable are still spinning it as a win Ha Ha. 🙄
     
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    KDave got a reaction from Kritika in Brexit status ...   
    MP's have just made it incredibly hard to get any changes from the EU now. Voting against leaving without a deal has ironically made it more likely to happen, good lads. 
    As if to prove the point Tusk has said there will be no renegotiation  
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    KDave got a reaction from Kritika in Brexit status ...   
    Ah its advisory so May can ignore it. Otherwise what we have done if reach March 29th without a deal, with no extension to article 50? It would break reality 
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    KDave reacted to Kritika in Brexit status ...   
    Imagin that. If we do a quick trade deal with the US we could in principle all be all buying our stacking Silver from the big US dealers in the future, at better prices then we currently get from the EU 🤔
    Now that’s a Brexit dividend we could all get behind.
     
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    KDave got a reaction from caloundracats in Brexit status ...   
    You spent time in Britain will be good at queuing by now. Nowt to worry about. 
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    KDave got a reaction from Kritika in Brexit status ...   
    Spot on. People are becoming hysterical. 
    We are exceptionally good at queuing in the UK we have nothing to worry about. 
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    KDave reacted to intelinside in Gold & Silver vs Mortgage   
    Why would you pay off good debt. If it’s under 4% don’t pay it off
    then use your money to invest in something making more than 4%   That’s what OP is asking. Basic Econ. opportunity cost of using money to pay off a mortgage vs using to buy another asset  
    yes it’s diff when it’s ur own house  but the real answer is it depends on tons  how much does he make  does he have other investments doing better return then what his APR is...sheesh common sense just make most logical decision  he would know best
     
    i have 2 million in debt. I also own 6.5 mill in real estate
    what maters is your LTV
    id your LTV is low you’re more than fine 
     
    problem is ignorance and not applying things differently to different sutuetions
    blanket statements like pay off all debt. Is what poor people and lower middle class think
      people see how they can use low debt 
    rhats what I did last 9 years. I used low interest rates to buy real estate. Millions in real estate
    as people were complaining about the FED printing money I just used 3-4% interest rates. Bought property at $1 mill that’s now worth 2mill  just learn  and use sound advice  do ur own research and execute  
    its simple math  but depends on your situ
    read a real estate book like Robert kiyosaki or gary Keller and see debt service and debt ratios
    i own dozens of apartments doing this. Wasn’t easy lost some here and there. Failed. Got back up etc but it’s easy when you do your fifth or sixth RE deal...
     
    thats why the true answer is that paying off debt depends
     
    one more thing is if you think hyperinflation will occur then definitely do not pay off your mortgage cuz interest will go through roof 10-20% int rates. Hypotheticall.  y that money you owe will be nothing. And it would be better to have used that money for something better another asset. Do your own opportunity cost analysis
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    KDave got a reaction from Kritika in Brexit status ...   
    Spot on. People are becoming hysterical. 
    We are exceptionally good at queuing in the UK we have nothing to worry about. 
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    KDave reacted to Abyss in Gold & Silver vs Mortgage   
    Happy days bought my new build house 2008 4 Bedroom detached house good size garden in culdesac and today paid off the mortgage and took 11 years and 1 month. Had 20% value property as a deposit when we purchased the house. I was IT contractor for 5 years and during this time frame I devoted 100% salary into paying off the mortgage and we lived off my wife salary. Harder proposition now as we have 2 year old son and I am no longer IT contractor but a permanent (lower paid) employee. Living life debt free something my late father instilled in me.
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    KDave reacted to Kritika in Brexit status ...   
    I’m getting sick and tired of all the project fear doom and gloom predictions that are based on  Zero fact.
    Reality check, only 7% of UK companies import from the EU.
    My business imports from outside the EU into the UK,. We get hit by massive protectionist tariffs set by the EU to protect German business and there Maffia “supply chains” On WTO terms I can sell a higher spec, better quality car part to a well known German owned UK car manufacturer 20% cheeper (landed duty paid) than they could buy it from Germany if they were also under the same WTO terms.
    This is why the big business project fear mk2 car makers “supply chain”  lobbyist, are in full swing, they are absolutely crapping 💩 them selves.
    Just imagine, losing all those Germans workers making those parts, paying German taxes and contributing to the German economy. 
    There are always winners and losers.
    - On one side we have people tied in to keeping the fat cats in the EU in there bloated protectionist utopia, keeping the German economy strong with their protectionist  “supply chains”
    - On the other side we have people who voted to get cheeper parts for UK manufacturing and to stop supporting German jobs and German tax revenues.
    I know which side I’m on 😜
     
     
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    KDave got a reaction from Kritika in Brexit status ...   
    Sure I have heard this argument and that US chicken is covered in chlorine, quality australian beef (also cheaper than Irish) is bad because it has hormones in it... most of our meat is pumped full of water and dyed to make it look pink!
    People don't care. The peasants are now so poor that all we care about is the price. All I care about is how much more chlorinated chicken can I get for my pennies to go with my out of date pasta from the food bank. 
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    KDave got a reaction from JunkBond in Brexit status ...   
    Yes 95% of Irish beef exports are to the UK. We can buy it cheaper from South America once we leave. 
    Its not that 30% of our food will disappear - its that 100% of our food imports will be competitive with the rest of the world - and get cheaper as a result. Same goes for clothes. Same goes for many things. If we are the importer then its us who have the most to gain, as opposed to the EU who have 30% of our food imports to lose.  
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    KDave reacted to Coolsmp in Brexit status ...   
    And thats why we all still shop at Goldsilver.be
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    KDave reacted to Xander in Brexit status ...   
    ...don't forget, our peas are dyed in order to make them look naturally green.😋
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    KDave got a reaction from JunkBond in Brexit status ...   
    Yes 95% of Irish beef exports are to the UK. We can buy it cheaper from South America once we leave. 
    Its not that 30% of our food will disappear - its that 100% of our food imports will be competitive with the rest of the world - and get cheaper as a result. Same goes for clothes. Same goes for many things. If we are the importer then its us who have the most to gain, as opposed to the EU who have 30% of our food imports to lose.  
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    KDave got a reaction from JunkBond in Brexit status ...   
    Yes 95% of Irish beef exports are to the UK. We can buy it cheaper from South America once we leave. 
    Its not that 30% of our food will disappear - its that 100% of our food imports will be competitive with the rest of the world - and get cheaper as a result. Same goes for clothes. Same goes for many things. If we are the importer then its us who have the most to gain, as opposed to the EU who have 30% of our food imports to lose.